Tag: Climate Change

1Oct
Casablanca Declaration for the COP22

CASABLANCA DECLARATION FOLLOWING THE SEPTEMBER 23-34 INTERNATIONAL AND AFRICAN CONFERENCE ON COP22

15Jul
Mega water projects and the environmental crisis in the Iraqi Marshes: a publication by A Sud

Beyond the rhetoric of “waves” as used by the media in their narrative of migration flows to Europe lies a different and more complex reality, a reality beyond…

11Mar
Statement of Establishment of the Moroccan Coalition for Climate Justice

Numerous Moroccan organizations, associations, unions, civil society networks and social movements met on 7 February 2016 in Rabat within the framework of a national consultation in light of…

12Dec
The Perpetual Coma of “COP21”: Climate Change Conference in Paris and Iraqi Civil Society

*Ismaeel Dawood, Paris, 12 December 2015 Recent news has been dominated by the negotiations of presidents in the ongoing world climate conference in Paris, called “COP21”. The conference…

8Dec
Draught, and misuse threaten the natural and cultural heritage, and the right of access to water for the inhabitants of Mesopotamia

By Nadia Al Baghdadi A paper prepared for the ICSSI conference “”promoting dialogue and reconciliation, working for peaceful coexistence, and opportunities for international solidarity with Iraqi civil society”…

13Jul
The Unity of Water

MOSCOW – Project Syndicate In May, Vietnam became the 35th and decisive signatory of the 1997 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses.…

17Feb
Overcoming water shortage remains one of Iraq’s main challenges

UNESCO Iraq launches new report to manage drought in Iraq, November 2013 The United Nations’ Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced today the launching of the Analysis…

17Jun
New global partnership for Save the Tigris Campaign

ICSSI would like to announce that it has a new global partner for our Save the Tigris and Mesopotamia Campaign: 350.org. 350.org works to build a global grassroots…